I love the mix of handmade elements in Ed and Ginny’s beautiful wedding from the bunting banner hanging in the trees to the hand painted signs for the film photobooth. Every detail is wonderfully southern with a vintage twist…

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Ed and Ginny, thank you again for letting me feature your wedding on Once Wed. I hope we get to meet again soon, but until then we all wish you both lots of happiness and love.

I also wanted to give a huge shout out to their amazing wedding photographer, Josh Goleman, whose work consistantly blows my mind. Check out his blog to see more of this incredible celebration.

The lovely ladies at 100 Layer Cake are also featuring their wedding today, so be sure to check out their  blog for more!

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Comments (15)

Daphne | Reply

Her cape is to die for. Never have I seen a more gorgeous bride. Bravo!

Liz | Reply

I am in seriously in love. Everything about this wedding makes my heart swoon.

kate | Reply

more details on the beautiful bolero please, its to die for!!!! such great style.

the pictures on Josh Goleman’s blog are phenomenal.

missy | Reply

The image of the group singing to the bride is priceless. It’s such a great shot.

Carlina | Reply

Um ya…this wedding is everything I hope mine to be this coming August. I need to know where she found those hats, and also maybe a diy feature on the bolero por favor?!

Strawberries and Champagne | Reply

The photography and theme of this wedding is to die for. It is exquisite. So informal and personal, the photographs make you feel part of the wedding… Amazing!

chelsea {oh, my deer!} | Reply

every detail is amazing. perfectly put together, from head to toe!

Erica | Reply

Can you ask her to do a DIY tutorial on her bolero!? What a beautiful wedding.

Heidi @ Zenadia | Reply

Such an absolutely stunning wedding. I would have loved to have been a guest! The brides dress and headpiece is so beautiful!

éventus | Reply

What an amazing and romantic vintage affair… the bride looks amazing. We love the antique color scheme and the attention to detail. BEAUTIFUL!

Ann Tilley | Reply

Oh my gosh! Ginny is one of my good friends from college! I haven’t gotten to see pictures from her wedding yet so I’m so happy to see them here. Thanks for your great posts!

Liv Lundelius | Reply

the pictures are wonderful, the couple indredible their outfits: stunning!

leigh | Reply

jeeeeeeze, i would kill to shoot something like this. ah!!!

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